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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I wished to explain this plan to you on the day youreceived my first invitation; but you did not come.Fortunately, nothing is lost by this delay, and you are nowabout to hear it. Sit down there, before me, d'Artagnan;you are gentleman enough not to listen standing." And thecardinal pointed with his finger to a chair for the youngman, who was so astonished at what was passing that heawaited a second sign from his interlocutor before heobeyed.
2.  "BOULOGNE, evening of the twenty-fifth.
3.  "Well, then it appears that we are the Croesuses of the society.How much have you left of your hundred pistoles, D'Artagnan.?""Of my hundred pistoles? Why, in the first place I gave youfifty."
4.  "And where, I pray you?"
5.  These four virtues disputed the prize for a length of time,and gave birth to magnificent speeches which we do notrepeat here for fear they should be deemed too long."Unfortunately," said Athos, "he whom we send must possessin himself alone the four qualities united."
6.  Bazin was stupefied at the sight of the gold, and forgotthat he came to announce D'Artagnan, who, curious to knowwho the mendicant could be, came to Aramis on leaving Athos.Now, as D'Artagnan used no ceremony with Aramis, seeing thatBazin forgot to announce him, he announced himself."The devil! my dear Aramis," said D'Artagnan, "if these arethe prunes that are sent to you from Tours, I beg you willmake my compliments to the gardener who gathers them.""You are mistaken, friend D'Artagnan," said Aramis, alwayson his guard; "this is from my publisher, who has just sentme the price of that poem in one-syllable verse which Ibegan yonder."


1.  "Oh, it's only a temporary postponement," replied Aramis; "Ishall be one someday. You very well know, Porthos, that Icontinue to study theology for that purpose."
2.  Felton recognized it also, and made a step toward the door.Milady sprang toward him. "Oh, not a word," said she in aconcentrated voice, "not a word of all that I have said to you tothis man, or I am lost, and it would be you--you--"Then as the steps drew near, she became silent for fear of beingheard, applying, with a gesture of infinite terror, her beautifulhand to Felton's mouth.
3.  "Well, well," said the cardinal, "I don't wish you any ill;but you must be aware that it is quite trouble enough todefend and recompense our friends. We owe nothing to ourenemies; and let me give you a piece of advice; take care ofyourself, Monsieur d'Artagnan, for from the moment Iwithdraw my hand from behind you, I would not give an obolusfor your life."
4.  In fact, the blow was direct and severe. The first idea thatoccurred to Milady's mind was that she had been betrayed byKitty, and that she had recounted to the baron the selfishaversion toward himself of which she had imprudently allowed somemarks to escape before her servant. She also recollected thefurious and imprudent attack she had made upon D'Artagnan when hespared the life of her brother.
5.  "Aramis," said Athos, "you went to breakfast the day beforeyesterday at the inn of the Parpaillot, I believe?""Yes."
6.  "The second night the door opened; I was lying on the floor, formy strength began to abandon me.


1.  "Of all that passed in that sleep, or the time which glided awaywhile it lasted, I have no remembrance. The only thing Irecollect is that I awoke in bed in a round chamber, thefurniture of which was sumptuous, and into which light onlypenetrated by an opening in the ceiling. No door gave entranceto the room. It might be called a magnificent prison."It was a long time before I was able to make out what place Iwas in, or to take account of the details I describe. My mindappeared to strive in vain to shake off the heavy darkness of thesleep from which I could not rouse myself. I had vagueperceptions of space traversed, of the rolling of a carriage, ofa horrible dream in which my strength had become exhausted; butall this was so dark and so indistinct in my mind that theseevents seemed to belong to another life than mine, and yet mixedwith mine in fantastic duality.
2.  "Oh, there is no difficulty in that. I shall stop and conceal myself afew leagues hence until my brother can rejoin me. Well, I take you withme; we conceal ourselves, and wait together."
3.  "This time, in spite of my terrors, in spite of my agony, I beganto feel a devouring hunger. It was forty-eight hours since I hadtaken any nourishment. I ate some bread and some fruit; then,remembering the narcotic mixed with the water I had drunk, Iwould not touch that which was placed on the table, but filled myglass at a marble fountain fixed in the wall over my dressingtable.
4.  This was evidently an ambuscade.
5.   The king was dull and appeared ill, which detracted a littlefrom his usual lofty bearing. In fact, the evening before,a fever had seized him in the midst of the Parliament, whilehe was holding his Bed of Justice. He had, not the less,decided upon setting out that same evening; and in spite ofthe remonstrances that had been offered to him, he persistedin having the review, hoping by setting it at defiance toconquer the disease which began to lay hold upon him.The review over, the Guards set forward alone on theirmarch, the Musketeers waiting for the king, which allowedPorthos time to go and take a turn in his superb equipmentin the Rue aux Ours.
6.  Felton stood before this strange apparition like one petrified."Who art thou? Who art thou?" cried he, clasping his hands."Art thou a messenger from God; art thou a minister from hell;art thou an angel or a demon; callest thou thyself Eloa orAstarte?"


1.  "Another?"
2.  "And now, my dear Athos," said he, "do me the kindness totell me where we are going?"
3.  "Go down, Athos--he mistrusts you less than me--and see if hebe still at his door."
4、  "Well, let that care be mine, and be at ease."
5、  "A thousand pistoles, perhaps."




  • 晏殊 08-04

      "I will go to the second after attending the first," saidD'Artagnan. "One is for seven o'clock, and the other foreight; there will be time for both."

  • 孔智勇 08-04

      "You will be served, thus, madame, three times a day," said he."In the morning at nine o'clock, in the day at one o'clock, andin the evening at eight. If that does not suit you, you canpoint out what other hours you prefer, and in this respect yourwishes will be complied with."

  • 王琴 08-04

       "I have that permission," said the gentleman, drawing the paperfrom his pocket; "here it is."

  • 刘吉本 08-04

      "Be so kind as to reflect, sire," said the cardinal. "If werelease the prisoner thus, we shall never know the truth.""Athos may always be found," replied Treville, "ready to answer,when it shall please the gownsmen to interrogate him. He willnot desert, Monsieur the Cardinal, be assured of that; I willanswer for him."

  • 耿福兴 08-03

    {  "And yet," said Porthos, "I would like to know what Grimaudis about."

  • 顾晓珺 08-02

      "But how, my God?"}

  • 陶鑫良 08-02

      "To take the hundred pistoles, D'Artagnan. With the hundredpistoles we can live well to the end of the month. We haveundergone a great deal of fatigue, remember, and a little restwill do no harm."

  • 闫剑华 08-02

      On leaving the paternal chamber, the young man found his mother,who was waiting for him with the famous recipe of which thecounsels we have just repeated would necessitate frequentemployment. The adieux were on this side longer and more tenderthan they had been on the other--not that M. D'Artagnan did notlove his son, who was his only offspring, but M. D'Artagnan was aman, and he would have considered it unworthy of a man to giveway to his feelings; whereas Mme. D'Artagnan was a woman, andstill more, a mother. She wept abundantly; and--let us speak itto the praise of M. D'Artagnan the younger--notwithstanding theefforts he made to remain firm, as a future Musketeer ought,nature prevailed, and he shed many tears, of which he succeededwith great difficulty in concealing the half.

  • 温彬 08-01

       "My Lord, By that which, since I have known you, have suffered by youand for you, I conjure you, if you have any care for my repose, tocountermand those great armaments which you are preparing againstFrance, to put an end to a war of which it is publicly said religion isthe ostensible cause, and of which, it is generally whispered, your lovefor me is the concealed cause. This war may not only bring greatcatastrophes upon England and France, but misfortune upon you, my Lord,for which I should never console myself.

  • 梵高 07-30

    {  "Pardon me for having joined with your persecutors."Milady held out her hand to him.

  • 夏海军 07-30

      D'Artagnan at once perceived the ground which the vindictivecreature wished to reach.